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Note that Albert Einstein is standing to the left of the President. This group shot was taken by Fred Scut of Washington, DC, one of the most prolific of panoramic photographers. The print size is 38" x 10". Records of the Office of the Secretary of Agriculture (16-ES-485) The description was handwritten on the photograph by Mr. Brooks. It was taken by Thompson Photo of Venice, CA, and measures 46" x 10". Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (75-PA-3-7) The photographer and date are unknown. The dimensions of the print are 54" x 10". Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (75-PA-10-1) The photographer and date are unknown, though it was probably taken after the Union Army captured the city in 1864. This is a composite panorama pieced together from three separate images to give a panoramic effect. It is printed on albumen paper. The entire size of the image is 39" x 10". Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (77-F-147-2-4) "Wreck of the U.S.S. Maine, June 16, 1911" The photograph shows the raising and salvage operation of the ship, 13 years after it sank. After the salvage operation was completed, the ship was resunk offshore. The image was taken by the American Photograph Company of Havana, Cuba, and measures 34" x 9". Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers (77-RM-674) This is a composite panorama, meaning that it is pieced together from four separate images to give a panoramic effect. The photographer is unknown, though it may have been taken by the Army Signal Corps. It is printed on silver gelatin paper. The entire size of the image is 37" x 8". Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (Army) (111-AGF-1-A-D) The photographer is unknown. The print measures 36" x 10". Records of the Office of Territories (126-AR-13B-9)
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